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it should help stabilize higher overclocks. it increases the voltage underload.
thanks for explanation i will check out that feature but carefully, lol....
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I just had to do it. Post 10,000. Wow that's really amazing.

Great thread you got, glad it turned out so big lol.
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Great thread you got, glad it turned out so big lol.

Thanks. it's really amazing. It's the first real thread or club I started. When i first started it I would check the views and post numbers everyday and was amazed to reach like 1000 posts and 100,000 views. I was so excited when we had like 20 members on the list. It really grew.

I am so glad I started it because i met so many cool people and actually made some friends from it.

Thanks everyone for coming around and supporting the thread.
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Great thread you got, glad it turned out so big lol.
rolling........rolling......
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i discover overclock.net and this tread when i had 680 classified ....and it was been until now wonderful journey whit you guys discovering things and receive help when i needed ....i am truly blessed to make a part of this community.....
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Superb post one of the best ive read in very long time + rep for you sir

Thanks, I figured it would be an easy way for people to visualize in general terms what is happening with their card. Glad it helped.
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nice! thanks dude .. so you are basically saying if i want to run my card @ 1.35v stable i have to stay under 60°C ? not a prob with hydro copper ^^

Sorta. smile.gif The temperature targets will vary from card to card, as will voltage response, but the point made in general stands. If you want to increase your voltage, your have to take care of your heat output.
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I just had to do it. Post 10,000. Wow that's really amazing.

Congrats. Saw your latest overclocks in the KINGPIN thread, congrats on the LN2 runs. They seemed to be pretty successful.
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nice! thanks dude .. so you are basically saying if i want to run my card @ 1.35v stable i have to stay under 60°C ? not a prob with hydro copper ^^

Don't forget the fact that the hydro copper doesn't cool down the VRMs while a EK block would. you also have to take those temperatures in mind.

I still don't understand why EVGA doesn't cool those with their hydrocopper.

and nobody has any remarks on my watercooling setup post?
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Ok so it seems like I am finally buying my watercooling setup this week or the week after.

Setup so far because I need some help.


GPU: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc780-gtx-classy-nickel.html

CPU: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-full-nickel.html Is there really any reason to buy the supremacy elite 2011? Since all I can notice is the 20+ euros TIM as difference?

Reservoir: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-bay-spin-reservoir-white-acetal-csq.html I wanted a different colored one but they are all sold out.

Pump: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-dcp-4-0-12v-dc-pump.html

Radiator: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-rad-xtx-360.html

These are the main parts.


Rig it has to go into:

Case: coolermaster HAF 932 advanced
Mobo: asus rampage IV formula
CPU: intel I7 3960X
GPU: 780 Ti classified
RAM: 24 gigs of corsair vengeance 1600mhz(one stick died)
PSU: corsair AX1200


I don't see the point of the supremacy elite. is indigo extreme really needed or is it abit overkill for my setup?

I have NO idea if my pump is any good as I have no fricking clue about these things.

Do I really need a double reservoir or is a single reservoir fine?

Does anybody know if that XTX will fit with push and pull?(932 HAF advanced)

Anything you guys would add or change?

Now I need help on the smaller bits.

I have no idea what fittings/tubing and such to use so it would be handy if you guys could help with that.

in terms of fans I have no real idea because I have seen a bajillion fans. I don't really care about noise levels I care more for performance.

I know I posted something like this before but the moment is finally here but im not finished yet and it would be awesome if you guys could use your expertness to help me out.

Well I'll put my 2 cents in, but I think your best bet would be the watercooling section.

For pumps, many here swear by D5s for average loop sizes.

With one radiator, at higher voltages, your load temps may be higher than you might be expecting. You will be able to run it though and it still should be an improvement over air. You can always use louder fans as well if you need more performance down the line and have no space for another rad.

For fans, AP-15s seem to be the best 120mm fan. There are others that are competitive though.

Bay res look nice, but be prepared to have issues with bleeding. Size makes no real difference, but the larger one may be easier to bleed.

For tubing, I would go with Primochill Advanced LRT. No advanced, no buy. 1/2 ID, 3/4 OD Either that or high quality neoprene tubing would be my choices.

For fittings, I use barbs and hose clamps to keep cost down as I have no windows. I prefer barbs with a long corrugated neck as it makes using hose clamps easier. You want 1/2" in G1/4 thread for those.

You will want a fillport leading to your reservoir. It will help with bleeding and filling obviously.

You may also want a drain port somewhere along the bottom. There are different ways to do it, but most involve a T and some form of plug or valve. You can also use a well placed set of QDs for this.

If you can budget it, put a set of QDs between your pump and first block, and another between the second block and rad. This helps when something goes wrong. You won't have to drain your loop if your components are having issues. I use bitspower and like them, koolance also makes good QDs.

A couple links for you.... http://martinsliquidlab.org/
http://skinneelabs.com/

Martins is up to date and has a great fan database if you are willing to dig through his post. Also covers pumps, rads, etc. Probably would be good to read a little before you jump in.
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Ok so it seems like I am finally buying my watercooling setup this week or the week after.
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Setup so far because I need some help.

GPU: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-fc780-gtx-classy-nickel.html

CPU: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-supremacy-full-nickel.html Is there really any reason to buy the supremacy elite 2011? Since all I can notice is the 20+ euros TIM as difference?

Reservoir: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-bay-spin-reservoir-white-acetal-csq.html I wanted a different colored one but they are all sold out.

Pump: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-dcp-4-0-12v-dc-pump.html

Radiator: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-coolstream-rad-xtx-360.html

These are the main parts.


Rig it has to go into:

Case: coolermaster HAF 932 advanced
Mobo: asus rampage IV formula
CPU: intel I7 3960X
GPU: 780 Ti classified
RAM: 24 gigs of corsair vengeance 1600mhz(one stick died)
PSU: corsair AX1200

I don't see the point of the supremacy elite. is indigo extreme really needed or is it abit overkill for my setup?

I have NO idea if my pump is any good as I have no fricking clue about these things.

Do I really need a double reservoir or is a single reservoir fine?

Does anybody know if that XTX will fit with push and pull?(932 HAF advanced)

Anything you guys would add or change?

Now I need help on the smaller bits.

I have no idea what fittings/tubing and such to use so it would be handy if you guys could help with that.

in terms of fans I have no real idea because I have seen a bajillion fans. I don't really care about noise levels I care more for performance.

I know I posted something like this before but the moment is finally here but im not finished yet and it would be awesome if you guys could use your expertness to help me out.

Normal Supremacy is very good block, no need to pay extra. For TIM, Arctic MX4 or Gelid GC-Extreme are good and affordable choices. Block already comes with Gelid GC-Extreme.

DCP 4.0 is a good pump but can be tad noisy. I'd recommend this combination: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/reservoirs-and-acc/res-pump-combo/ek-d5/ek-bay-res-d5-vario-incl-pump.html D5 is very powerful but quiet pump.

Tube res is easier to fill and bleed, here is a great pump/res combo from EK: http://www.ekwb.com/shop/reservoirs-and-acc/res-pump-combo/ek-d5/ek-d5-vario-x-res-140-incl-pump.html

For tubing, go with Primochill Advanced LRT, most cheaper tubings have "plasticizer" problem (unwanted stuff leeching off the tubes after some time). http://www.ekwb.com/shop/accessories/tubing/10-16mm-3-8-5-8-tubing.html 10/16 is common size. It's best to have about 2 meters when you're first timer if you make mistake with the cuts.

Compression fittings are best IMO, they look good and are usually really tight (no leaking). http://www.ekwb.com/shop/accessories/fittings/compression-fittings/for-10-16mm-3-8-5-8-tubing.html Choose your color, they are identical otherwise. I've heard only good things about EK fittings.

About push/pull on rad, you have to make some measurements from your case. Commonly 120mm fans are about 25mm, XTX is 64mm so together it would be give or take 114mm, To be honest I'm not sure if it will fit.

Best 120mm rad fans are Scythe Gentle Typhoons, get 1850rpm models if you wan't pure performance.

Edit: seems that Deaf Jam already posted similarly, well I'll leave it anyway.
Edited by Seid Dark - 3/4/14 at 6:11pm
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